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're watching the station that works for you. now, good morning maryland. >> new laws going into effect statewide. we have a live report straight ahead and what you need to know before heading out the door. and the dream keeps ongoing. the orioles clinched the spot for the playoffs. but they are not done yet. they have a series down in tampa how it could affect the playoff race in just days to come. and christmas just around the corner and have you thought about shopping yet? if not do not worry. we have the run down of the hot toys your little ones will likely ask santa for coming up on this monday october 1st. good morning i am charley crowson. thanks for joining us. megan is off today. but lynette is in house with a check of the forecast. and lynette, things are changing. >> yeah. they are. we will start out with a dense fog advisory going until 10 for areas shaded in gray and frederick county is under -- is one of the counties under them. going throughout the day today, it will slowly but surely begin to burn off but we will be dealing with cloudy conditions outside this morning. an
football is throwing behind support with the same sex marriage law. >> and the birds supporting the birds. this is the video you are going to share with your friends all day. i can it will you in the newsroom it has been the talk since the morning op this friday. october 5th. good morning maryland. i am charley crowson. how many times do we watch that? >> i tweeted it. i am a little late to the tweet party but i was like i have to share that with all 15 of my followers. >> you are carrying the bird thing throughout. >> that's right. >> tweet. >> all right. so a lot happening this weekend. out of town as far as our teams go, but a lot happening in town as far as the community and family. fells point festival, concerts and lynette what's the weather going to be like. >> make it 16. >> you are? >> i just followed you. >> hey, you too charley. the weather is going to be nice especially on saturday. as we go into sunday, things will begin to go downhill a bit and i mean that literally because the temperatures are going to drop and we will see some rain. speaking of the rain, we look at marylan
: other big topics included medicare reform and the president's health care reform law. and while there wasn't a knockout punch from either side, some feel the president may have been too relaxed. >> he seems just a little bit detached at times. didn't want to be there. >> reporter: most agree romney led the debate. this first match-up could give him the boost he needed after lagging in many polls. >> knowing he's behind he needs to win and he fought that fight and stylistically he put the president on the defensive a number of time. >> reporter: the candidates are back on the trail today and the next big debate is next week when the vice presidential candidates go one-on-one. brandi hitt, abc news, denver. >> news around the nation this morning. >>> the mother and her five children jumped from a burning building when the flames trapped them inside. a camera was rolling the whole time and caught these terrifying moments. take a look at this. this happened in newark, new jersey, the family had just moved into the third floor apartment. the fire blocked the door so they had nothing
deserves to be treated the same under the law. etheridge also offered campaign donors a chance to meet with her back stage at an upcoming concert in bethesda. >>> five things you may want to know as you leave the house this morning, millionaires are cashing in on it, unemployment benefits. according to a new report, more than 2000 millionaires collected unemployment checks in 2008 to 2009. now, the study shows that cutting these benefits could save the country $20 million over the next 10 years. >>> american airlines has inspected planes and seats on several 757 airliners. they said the problem was an improperly installed clamp. pilots are expected to authorize a strike taking place earlier this week. >>> is a smaller version of the ipad going to be released anytime soon? an investor tells fortune magazine yes. the unveiling of the eight-inch screen tablets go on sale october 10th. >>> so we use them in school, but textbooks may soon become history themselves. the secretary of education arne duncan wants printed books to be phases out within 10 years. he says the move is necessary
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